|Friday, April 2, 1909||The Newmarket Era||Page 2, col. 4|
Superintendent Wilson, of the York Radial Railway, when asked if anything was being done towards obtaining entrance to the City, replied: "I think that the York Radial would run cars into the City if the Council would give us a separate street from any used by the Toronto Railway Co. We cannot run our tracks on the same street as the City cars operate on, as out tracks are of the steam railway standard gauge. Besides, one of our cars could not pass a city car without knocking if off the track. We handle steam railway cars on our line. Last year we moved 1000 of their steam cars."
Railways: T. & Y.Rad.Ry.